In this video, Ruben Gonzalez, Professor of Chemistry, and Molly Przeworski, Professor of Biological Sciences, explain how their research and Columbia’s commitment to precision medicine is helping to move the field forward.
Irving Family’s $700 Million Bequest to Columbia and NewYork-Presbyterian Sets Stage for Dramatic Advances in Cancer Research and Care
The Irvings’ historic gift will have a profound impact on cancer research and treatment, building on three decades of support for Columbia University Medical Center.
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Taps Columbia Scientists to Create a Comprehensive Atlas of Cells in the Human Spinal Cord
The effort could prove transformational for science and medicine by laying the groundwork for tailored therapies that target specific malfunctioning cell types, offering hope that spinal-cord disease and injury may one day be more effectively treated, or even cured.
NIH has awarded a 2017 Transformative Research Award to Karina Davidson, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist who will tackle a transformation needed in the clinical encounter to aid in the advancement of precision medicine.
Studies underway at Columbia University by researchers Brent Stockwell and Ruben Gonzalez could change the fate of millions of patients who die every year because existing drugs fail to treat them.